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Tech entrepreneur building a dynasty

“We are building a brand that stands for boldness and empowers everyone to be seen in every way. The idea to bring the two artistes (LA Reid and Burna Boy) is for them to pioneer a broad vision.”
By Life & Style Reporter Jan. 24, 2023

Rick Ross show marred by confusion

For a show tipped to be the most organised and backed by millionaires, Roar Entertainment's event was added onto the list of the poorly planned events of the year.
By Sindiso Dube Nov. 20, 2022

MJ Sings gets Majaivana ‘blessings’

MJ Sings had to ask for permission from the United States-based artiste to use his art and he got further blessings to his Umuzi album
By Sindiso Dube Nov. 20, 2022

I rejected Zanu PF scarf: Burna Boy

In an interview with New Media City, the artist said he did not accept the offer because he does not believe in “politics and trickery”.

By The Southern Eye Jul. 17, 2022

I rejected Zanu PF scarf: Burna Boy

In an interview with New Media City, the artist said he did not accept the offer because he does not believe in “politics and trickery”.

By The Southern Eye Jul. 17, 2022

In the groove: African music promises to be the music of the future

The concert which was filled to capacity despite the cold weather was held at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare. Zimbabweans were lucky to enjoy this young man’s offering before they could no longer afford him. Although a multi-millionaire already, he is going to be bigger that what he is now.

By The Southern Eye Jun. 19, 2022

In the groove: African music promises to be the music of the future

The concert which was filled to capacity despite the cold weather was held at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare. Zimbabweans were lucky to enjoy this young man’s offering before they could no longer afford him. Although a multi-millionaire already, he is going to be bigger that what he is now.

By The Southern Eye Jun. 19, 2022

Burna Boy, Jah Prayzah rock Harare

Dressed in all white attire, Jah Prayzah was the one to cling onto the stage first and he performed a number of his tracks which include Mudhara Vachauya, Dangerous, Dzamutsana, Gone and Goto which is one of the favourites for a number of fans.

By The Southern Eye Jun. 5, 2022

Burna Boy, Jah Prayzah rock Harare

Dressed in all white attire, Jah Prayzah was the one to cling onto the stage first and he performed a number of his tracks which include Mudhara Vachauya, Dangerous, Dzamutsana, Gone and Goto which is one of the favourites for a number of fans.

By The Southern Eye Jun. 5, 2022